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Moms Demand Action Leader Charged After Screaming Obscenities At Teenage Girl Wearing Trump T-Shirt

Friday, April 6, 2018

On Wednesday, a woman who has been the Texas chapter leader of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America was charged with disorderly conduct after allegedly accosting two teenage girls at a cookie store and yelling profanities at them because they were wearing Trump T-shirts.

The Harris County Precinct One Constable's Office filed a class C misdemeanor charge against West University Place Councilwoman Kellye Burke. The girls were waiting at Tiny's Milk and Cookies in West U on Saturday to purchase cookies for younger girls at their nearby church, with one of the girls wearing a T-shirt reading "Trump: Make America Great Again.”

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